Voice of Reason
Most of the focus in society is on urban crime, but problems continue to escalate in the suburbs.
In Philadelphia and across the region, eliminating the fear of violence in the educational process is a priority.
It’s been less than two weeks since the government shutdown ended and America averted a default. The debate, however, is just beginning.
The race for Philadelphia District Attorney has been a low-key affair, but that changed during an hour-long discussion of the issues.
In one week, the issue of who owns guns comes to the forefront again.
For the men and women who serve our country, sometimes when the war is over, a battle begins.
KYW’s Larry Kane talked with Dr. Katherine Warrick, the Islamic Scholar At Villanova, about the problems in the Middle East.
Tuesday is the special summer primary for the senate seat in New Jersey.
In a few weeks, the group called the biggest rock and roll band ever gets a unique honor.
America is facing a health crisis – diabetes. It causes heart problems and much more including a potential loss if vision.
The Florida Primary – the next test in the see-saw Republican race — is set for Tuesday. The key question to be answered: what are local politicians hoping for?
New Hampshire’s Republican presidential primary is a couple days away. And all eyes are on the latest conservative favorite, former senator Rick Santorum.
It’s a happy holiday time for consumers, but people who look at the future of our money see hope and some challenges ahead.
The mayor’s race in Philadelphia has taken a back seat to some of the suburban clashes. But the candidates are taking nothing for granted.
Republicans Running For Montco County Commissioner Say Democrats Tea Party Campaign Ad Is Misleading
Appearing on Larry Kane’s Voice of Reason during the first and only televised debate of the campaign, Republican Bruce Castor revealed that Democrat Josh Shapiro met with the Tea Party last October. Shapiro confirmed it but said at the time he wasn’t running for Commissioner.